Save La Bajada will participate in an important grass-roots meeting on local is…

Save La Bajada will participate in an important grass-roots meeting on local issues this Thursday.

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#Breaking #South_Korea #Jindo South Korea ferry disaster: Families of missing…

#Breaking #South_Korea #Jindo South Korea ferry disaster: Families of missing face agonising wait Family members of missing students who were on a South Korean ferry “Sewol” which sank in the sea off Jindo attend a candlelight vigil at Danwon High School in Ansan.

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Nebraska School’s ‘Ludicrous’ Advice For Bullying Victims Sparks Parent Outrage….

Nebraska School’s ‘Ludicrous’ Advice For Bullying Victims Sparks Parent Outrage. The Blaze JV #ows #ohb Nebraska School’s ‘Ludicrous’ Advice for Bullying Victims Sparks Parent Outrage — Read the 9… www.theblaze.com Fifth grade students at Zeman Elementary School in Lincoln, Neb., were recently sent home with a “flyer” outlining how they should handle bullies.

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VietNam Veterans Against War “Old School Sappers”, at the NYC “Nam Memorial”, ma…

VietNam Veterans Against War “Old School Sappers”, at the NYC “Nam Memorial”, marking the start of the 12th tragic year of WAR on the peoples of Afghanistan.

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Segregation Now: The Resegregation of America’s Schools

by Nikole Hannah-Jones       Segregation Now Intro James Melissa D’Leisha Full Text DONATE MORE Six Word Timeline Saving Central Map Editor’s Note Segregation Now By Chapter: James Melissa D’Leisha Full Text More Six Words Timeline Saving Central Map Editor’s Note     DONATE         BEGIN   60 years ago, the Supreme Court ruled that ‘separate but equal’ had no place in American schools.

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Share Your Six Words on Race and Education in America
Share Your Six Words on Race and Education in America Share Your Six Words on Race and Education in America

by Grace Koerber         Segregation Now Intro Full Text DONATE MORE Timeline Saving Central Map Editor’s Note Segregation Now Six Words More Timeline Saving Central Map Editor’s Note     DONATE   Share Your Six Words on Race and Education Sixty years after the Supreme Court outlawed “separate but equal,” ProPublica and the Race Card Project want to know what you think about the state of race and education in America. Tell us what you think in six words — make your card. Make Yours >   iframe allowfullscreen=”” frameborder=”0″ height=”100%” mozallowfullscreen=”” src=”//player.vimeo.com/video/91320200?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0″ webkitallowfullscreen=”” width=”100%” ALL CENTRAL NORTHRIDGE           About This Project Last fall, ProPublica teamed up with two Tuscaloosa, Ala., high schools — one integrated, one all-black — to tell the story of resegregation in the South.

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Hu Jintao’s Visit to Hu Yaobang Highlights Internal Conflict
Hu Jintao’s Visit to Hu Yaobang Highlights Internal Conflict Hu Jintao’s Visit to Hu Yaobang Highlights Internal Conflict

Follow us on TWITTER: Like us on FACEBOOK: April 15 commemorates the 25th anniversary of former Chinese Communist Party secretary Hu Yaobang’s death. After overcoming some challenges, the Hu Yaobang Research Association successfully held a forum honoring Hu

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Corporate Sponsorship of Indigenous Groups: A Necessity or Selling Out?

By Martha Troian – Vice As the Canadian government slashes the budgets of Indigenous organizations across the nation, many are struggling to stay afloat. Increasingly, Indigenous organizations are accepting lifelines from a controversial source—namely oil & gas or resource extraction companies—sparking a debate over whether taking the badly needed money is ‘building relationships’ or ‘selling out.’ “We’re trying to rebuild our credibility,” says Hayden King, Director of the Centre for Indigenous Governance (CIG) at Ryerson University, an organization dedicated to advancing issues of Indigenous governance. The Centre launched in 2010, with financial help from Hydro One, the Nuclear Waste Management Organization and Vale Inco, a mining company

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Live coverage of the Cecily McMillian trial with updates as they develop.

Live coverage of the Cecily McMillian trial with updates as they develop. Cecily McMillian Goes to Trial | The New School Free Press www.newschoolfreepress.com Cecily McMillian Goes to TrialNewsApr 7, 2014204Cecily McMillan, a New School student and Occupy Wall Street activist, is in court this week to face a politically charged felony trial for assaulting a police officer. If convicted, she could be sentenced to seven years in prison.The Free Press will b…

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9/11 Defense Facing Conflict of Interest at Guantanamo After FBI Investigation

Tuesday, April 15, 2014 – 3:12pm 9/11 Defense Facing Conflict of Interest at Guantanamo After FBI Investigation Close Guantanamo Guantanamo Prosecuting Terrorism The pre-trial hearings of the alleged 9/11 conspirators in Guantanamo military commission screeched to yet another halt today, as the defense teams attempted to get to the bottom of an FBI investigation into their activities. The defense claims that the investigation risks a conflict of interest and would present possible ethical violations if the commissions continue without addressing the investigation

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